THIS WEEKS BREAK DOWN: MIDA THE JAGABAN, AITCH, TRILLARY BANKS & MORE!

Keeping you in the loop with all of last week’s best drops!

Midas The Jagaban – Come We Bill Ehh

Midas The Jagaban has come through with her feel-good, summery Afro-banger, “Come We Bill Ehh”. The rising star projects her auto-tuned melodies over an Afro-infused backdrop, made up of an infectious, rhythmic drumline.

Knucks – 7 Days

Knucks delivers a suave rendition of Craig David‘s single. Journeying along each of the week, Knuck divulges the tendencies of his playboy lifestyle while allowing his affinity for witty wordplay and his confident cadence to shine through.

Aitch – Raw

The 0161’s superstar, has supplied a lively track that will delight his OG fanbase. In this one, Aitch steers away from his much-loved radio hits. To enter unmarked territory by setting forth ‘straight rhymes’ that speak to his current champion status atop of an eerie drill-inspired backdrop.

DC – Neighbourhood

Detailing the trials of his journey so far and his hunger for a successful future, South East London’s DC had delivered a sincere offering which plays with the nostalgic sound of UKG.

Meekz – Can’t Stop Won’t Stop

Meekz has dropped off the titled track to his upcoming project entitled, “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop”. Throughout the rapper flows comfortably over a hard hitting backdrop, while offloading candid verses.

Trillary Banks – Drillary

The title says it all. During the song we hear the Leicester native steer away from her much-loved bashment and rap concoctions. To channel a more gritty demeanour while taking on a cold drill-styled joint, produced by Zenith and Chris Rich.

Paigey Cakey – Fendiii

Gliding with ease over a booming bassline, Paigey Cakey has bought us a track with catchy hook that showcases her sweet vocals and skilful rhyming ability.

Scribz Riley and Headie One – Impress Me

The Grammy-winning songwriter and producer Scribz Riley has joined forces with one of the most prominent architects in UK rap, Headie One. Together they created “Impress Me”, a slow-tempo offering that focuses on the image-driven, “clout” consumed side of our scene.

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